Moralist, or a Satyr Upon the Sects:Shewing Some Disputing Passages by Way of Dialogue, Between a Well-Principled Lay-Man, and a Professor of Theology (Classic Reprint) Thomas Brown
The Moralist, or a Satyr Upon the Sects:Shewing, Some Disputing Passages by Way of Dialogue Between a Well-Principled Lay-Mann, and a Professor of Theology, With Reflections Upon Some Modern Writings and Actions, Particularly the Late Absconding of a Cer Thomas Brown
Spiel´s noch einmal, Gott: Thomas Zippel
Edited by Thurston Dart14 madrigals for SATB by Bateson, Bennet, Dering, Dowland, Farmer, Farnaby, Morley, Philips, Tomkins, Ward, Weelkes and Wilbye.CONTENTSBATESON, Thomas If love be blindBENNET, John Round about in a fair ringDERING, Richard Love shootingDOWLAND, John What poor astronomersFARMER, John Take timeFARNABY, Giles Blind love Construe my meaningMORLEY, Thomas In ev´ry placePHILIPS, Peter Wherefore sit I complainingTOMKINS, Thomas O let me liveWARD, John Satyr onceWEELKES, Thomas Lo country sports!WILBYE, John Change me O heav´ns Thus saith my Cloris bright
Paths of Song: The Lyric Dimension of Greek Tragedy analyzes the multiple and varied evocations of choral lyric in fifth-century Greek tragedy using a variety of methodological approaches that illustrate the myriad forms through which lyric is present and can be presented in tragedy. This collection focuses on different types of interaction of Greek tragedy with lyric poetry in fifth-century Athens: generic, mythological, cultural, musical, and performative. The collected essays demonstrate the dynamic and nuanced relationship between lyric poetry and tragedy within the larger frame of Athenian song- and performance-culture, and reveal a vibrant and symbiotic co-existence between tragedy and lyric. Paths of Song illustrates the effects that this dynamic engagement with lyric possibly had on tragic performances, including performances of satyr drama, as well as on processes of survival and reputation, selection and refiguration, tradition and innovation. The volume is of particular interest to scholars in the field of classics, cultural studies, and the performing arts, as well as to readers interested in poetic transmission and in cultural evolution in antiquity.
DescriptionThe Chester Books Of Madrigals offer an exciting collection of secular European madrigals, partsongs and rounds from the 16th and early 17th centuries, newly edited from early sources by Anthony G. Patti, who contributes copious historical notes to each volume.The majority of the settings are for SATB and simplified keyboard reductions. Texts are in the original languages, with an English translation (for non-English texts) provided at the head of each piece.Songlist,Sol, Sol G G A B C (Alonso)A Round Of Three Country Dances (Ravenscroft)Chanter Je Veux (Lassus)Chi La Gagliarda (Donato)Il Baalerino (Gastoldi)Lieblich Ich Horte Singen (Demantius)Now My Lads (Lawes)Now We Are Met (Ives)Nun Fanget An Ein Guts Liedlein (Hassler)Pourquoi Donc Ne Fringuerons-nous? (Passereau)Rounds (Ravenscroft)Sauter, Danser (Lassus)Sing We And Chant It [Morley, Thomas]Sing We, Dance We (Pilikington)Strike It Up, Tabor (Weelkes)Tanzen Und Springen [Hassler, Hans Leo]The Elves´ Dance (Bennet)The Satyrs´ Dance (Ravenscroft)Tutto Lo Di (Lassus)Vorria Che Tu Cantass´ (Scandello)